I have a decent-sized living room; but it's also got pretty big windows facing a valley, so darkness is a pretty hard thing to accomplish.
Also? Kids. I've got a 22 month old kid at home. I can either wait until he's asleep (at which point I can't have the sound at a level commensurate with moviegoing experience) or do it when he's awake, at which point, of course, we're limited to what's appropriate for 22 month old kids.
It's far simpler to hire a babysitter and go on a date with my spouse to the movies.
Yeah. That's why people have been so vehemently against old people marrying, or people who can't have kids marrying, all this time. Because it's about the children.
Funny, but in this case inaccurate. The Nexus 6P has a physical power button (as well as physical +/- buttons, typically used for volume)
I don't think so. Low-enough USB-C chargers don't register as actually charging the laptop (so for example, trying my 3A USB-C charger for my phone made the computer claimed it wasn't connected to a power source). But you can charge from the iPad USB charger and -- while still losing charge -- lose it pretty slowly.
I believe this actually is the first time we've had a President who had no background in anything but business (they've typically come from either politics or the military).
You want to talk about HRC's "super-predators" comment? Yeah, let's talk about that. I have a Black son. I hate that she made that comment, and I hate that she never even bothered to apologize for it. I found HRC, on a personal level, totally odious. I've said so to other Liberal friends (I do still consider myself a pretty ardent Liberal). And I voted for Sanders, and would have happily voted for him in the General Elections if I had a choice.
And it's also worth noting that HRC's super-predator comment was made 20 years ago. You can find odious things she's done from this decade
As for Bannon being racist or not
(Yes, that's his ex-wife talking, so obviously she's biased; and yes, that's Mother Jones, which is obviously biased. You'll be able to discount anyone who disagrees with you as obviously biased. Enjoy your bubble).
"An idealist is one who, on noticing that a rose smells better than a cabbage, concludes that it will also make better soup." - H.L. Mencken